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Using Computers to Teach Literacy Skills

Computer activities can be used to promote language acquisition, improve understanding of symbols, pictures and words, and to reinforce the use of written language. Students with low vision can participate in simple cause and effect, symbol recognition, labeling and matching activities. To learn more about this topic, see: Computer Activities to Support Communication and Language Development in Children Who Are Deafblind Wendy Buckley, Deafblind Program, Perkins School for the Blind, Deafblind Perspectives, Vol. 11, Issue 1 (Fall 2003).

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